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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

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Volume 23, Number 9, 01Nov2005

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Editorial
pp. 885-887(3)

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Letter to the Editor
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Impacts of stress on estimation performance in Hong Kong
pp. 891-903(13)
Authors: Leung, Mei‐Yung; Olomolaiye, Paul; Chong, Alice; Lam, Chloe

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Input–output analysis of the Chinese construction sector
pp. 905-912(8)
Authors: Wu, Xing; Zhang, Zhihui

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Towards a social network theory of project governance
pp. 927-939(13)
Author: Pryke, Stephen

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A model for automated monitoring of road construction
pp. 941-951(11)
Authors: Navon, R.; Shpatnitsky, Y.

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The shift to warranties and performance specifications: what of method specifications?
pp. 953-963(11)
Authors: Guo, Kelu; Minchin, Edward; Ferragut, Ted

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Improvement tools in the UK construction industry
pp. 965-977(13)
Authors: Delgado‐Hernandez, David; Aspinwall, Elaine

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Time series forecasts of the construction labour market in Hong Kong: the Box‐Jenkins approach
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